CoralVue High Seas 102B High Output PowerHead.
Not designed to be run on Wavemakers.
Introducing our new line of powerful powerheads for serious reef keepers! These powerheads are a high efficiency high output propeller driven pumps that produce massive water currents in reef aquariums.
Comes in a single and dual driven power head model. All models come with a magnetic mount to attach the wave maker anywhere in the aquarium.
There is also a swivel base that allows the wave maker to be positioned at any angle the consumer chooses.
* Model: 102B
* Dimensions: 3.5"x4"
* Single Propeller, magnetic mount.
* 110VAC/ 60Hz
* 12 watts
* 5000lph/1250gph water flow
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High Output Powerhead Review by Rocky Top Boys
This is definitely a great powerhead for the price. The magnetic mount has a very strong hold and keeps it in place. I have the powerhead in my 55-gallon salt water aquarium and it provides more than enough water flow. Price + Power = Satisfied Aquairum! (Posted on 2/15/2011)
Good flow for the money Review by jjwill
As others have noted, it does have a very short cord. The flow is really strong for how little the pump costs. DO NOT try on a wavemaker,however. I had my APEX controlling it for a few days with no problems, but one day I heard a deafening sound coming from my tank on the main floor all the way on the opposite side of the house in my basement. Turns out its prone to starting up spinning in the wrong direction if you have it constantly turning on and off with a wavemaker. Seems to work perfectly now that I have it on constantly, though. (Posted on 1/23/2011)
Amazing Product! Review by PilotJay
This inexpensive powerhead is an amazing additive for the water flow inside my 75 Gal Reef aquarium. Even know it is considered a cheaper powerhead, it definitely meets my expectations for a professional brand. I have my aquarium inside my bedroom so silence is the key!! This powerhead moves ton of water without creating much noise at all. In fact, I think it might even be more quiet than my Korallia3... If I ever need another powerhead, its going to be a Coralvue. (Posted on 9/2/2010)
Great Power Heads Inexpensive Price Review by Freddy
I bought two of these pumps from here. When I opened the package I noticed two pumps that looked the same but were different.
1 pump had a ground prong (a must) and the other did not.
2 the other thing I noticed was the propeller shaft was a different color on the pump with the ground prong.
also the housing that holds the magnet was cracked. I Emailed coral vue and they responded and shipped the part I needed the next day. Great customer service.
while speaking with them I asked about the difference in the pumps and I was tole the pump with the ground plug had an upgraded propeller shaft to prevent chatter when they start up and stop so they can be used with wave makers with out issue. I also explained to them they needed to add several feet of cord to the pump and the person I spoke with stated they would bring it up.
these have been operating in my tank for several months and really make a great difference in the flow of water in the tank I want to get two more for the tank. (Posted on 1/31/2010)
Pretty nice powerhead Review by Nick
I have this in my 55gal SPS tank along with my K3 and K4. Its working pretty nice the fish like it and the corals love the extra flow. One nice thing was it came with air tubing on the propeller so you don't hear the annoying ticking like the stock koralias when the power turns on. The only cons are, no rubber padding on the magnets, so it scratches the tank pretty easily... and the cord is only like 4ft long and it has a ground prong so i had to use a heavy duty extension cord to reach the extra foot... (Posted on 1/28/2010)
Awsome pump Review by D. PE
Bought for my 55gallon reef aquarium. I was concerned it may be to big, but it is not. Works great. I love it! Plan on buying another one in the near future with a wave maker. (Posted on 12/14/2009)